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Coffee House TV

"What public television is supposed to be..." The Coffee House is a monthly, hour-long, cable TV program of public affairs and the arts. It is taped at Montgomery Community Television in Rockville, MD, and airs regularly on eleven cable channels in Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Overall, it reaches over five million people. Now in its tenth season, The Coffee House has won numerous awards. The producer of The Coffee House is Mark Cohen.

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dance 18
climate 16
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Maryland 11
arts 10
blues 10
photography 10
Iraq 9
justice 9
Obama 8
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folk 8
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climate change 6
death penalty 6
elections 6
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immigration 6
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surveillance 6
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global warming 5
jazz 5
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protest 5
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torture 5
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New Orleans 4
Senate 4
Vietnam 4
economy 4
energy 4
environment 4
gambling 4
marriage 4
poet 4
prosecutor 4
rock 4
slots 4
stimulus 4
traditional 4
war 4
whistleblower 4
911 3
Blues 3
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Chesapeake Bay 3
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Mfume 3
NLRB 3
Supreme Court 3
capital punishment 3
choreography 3
church 3
coal 3
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documentary 3
farming 3
festival 3
fiddle 3
health 3
jobs 3
modern 3
mortgage 3
poem 3
prosecution 3
roots music 3
sub-prime 3
terrorism 3
vaccine 3
warming 3
wind 3
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Alito 2
Bonus March 2
Cardin 2
Chesapeake 2
Clarence Thomas 2
Constellation 2
D.C. 2
DNA 2
Detroit 2
Dylan 2
FCC 2
FDA 2
Gore 2
HPV 2
ICC 2
Innocents 2
Jew 2
July 4 2
MRSA 2
Masai 2
Muslim 2
NSA 2
O'Malley 2
REOs 2
Russian 2
WMD 2
World Bank 2
Wynn 2
animals 2
automobile 2
bail-out 2
ballroom 2
banks 2
blackness 2
book 2
budget 2
camp 2
chorale 2
clean energy 2
community 2
convergence 2
crime 2
deportation 2
dieselbilly 2
disenfranchisement 2
diversity 2
education 2
emissions 2
endocrine disrupter 2
equality 2
estrogen 2
ethnic 2
evangelical 2
ex-offender 2
fair 2
fear 2
fish 2
gardening 2
geo-engineering 2
governor 2
greenwashing 2
guitar 2
hormone 2
human rights 2
humor 2
immigrants 2
inauguration 2
insurance 2
law 2
law enforcement 2
left behind 2
migration 2
morality 2
mural 2
native 2
novel 2
one-man band 2
overtime 2
parade 2
pollution 2
prejudice 2
recession 2
refugees 2
rescue 2
review 2
secrecy 2
solar 2
spirituality 2
spoken word 2
sprawl 2
spying 2
superbug 2
taxes 2
therapy 2
tobacco 2
underwear 2
union 2
unions 2
voter protection 2
writer 2
"cap and dividend" 1
"cap and trade" 1
1956 1
2008 elections 1
4th of July 1
Acoustic, percussion 1
Africa 1
Algonquin 1
Armstrong 1
Arts 1
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Bark 1
Bonuus Army 1
Brazilian 1
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CD 1
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Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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Georgetown University's Dr. Anthony Scialli, an Ob-Gyn, discusses the benefits and liabilities of hormone therapy, which was once hailed as not only a treatment for menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes, but for heart disease and even dementia.
Topics: hormone, therapy, WHI, estrogen, progestin
Coffee House TV
by Welmoed Laanstra
15,818
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Artist Linda Hesh proposes placing photo ads in the Washington Post that challenge prejudice.
( 4 reviews )
Topics: prejudice, art, advertisement
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
11,589
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An excerpt from Howard Kohn's rememberance of his "Rolling Stone" magazine colleague, Hunter S. Thompson.
( 3 reviews )
Topics: gonzo, fear, loathing
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
9,426
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"Fighting Global Warming One House at a Time " is the story of Maryland's first 90% renewable energy home. It explains  how one Takoma Park family is fighting global warming on a budget, and how you can do it too.
( 3 reviews )
Topics: global warming, energy, efficiency, solar, photovoltaic, conservation
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
8,027
1
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REP. DONNA EDWARDS ON CORPORATE FREE SPEECH, HEALTH CARE, WALL STREET, OIL SPILLS, IMMIGRATION, AFGHANISTAN AND OBAMA Completing her first full term in Congress, Maryland Democrat Donna Edwards has earned a national reputation and following as someone who does her homework and speaks her mind. She rejoins us to chat about, among other topics, her constitutional amendment to reverse the Supreme Courtâs recent ruling in Citizens United that corporations enjoy the First Amendment right to...
Topics: politics, health care, oil spill, drilling, Afghanistan, immigration, juvenile justice, Vietnam,...
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
3,641
0
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On this edition of The Coffee House: The dean of alternative journalism in the Washington, DC area, Sam Smith, talks about the growing buzz among progressives in support of Al Gore as the Democratic presidential candidate in 2008; Reuben Jackson reviews a new biography of soul vocalist Sam Cooke; Dr. Anthony Scialli discusses the beneifts and liabilities of hormone therapy for menopausal and post-menopausal women; JaHipster and Rei Berroa offer poems; Education Week's Kathleen Kennedy Manzo...
Topics: Gore, Democrats, presidency, Sam Cooke, poetry, hormone, therapy, estrogen, education, left behind
This 2004 "Monty" award-winning film, "We Are All Smith Islanders," demonstrates how global warming is changing the Chesapeake Bay region, using the waning livelihoods of Smith Island watermen as its main example. The film explores how global warming is affecting agriculture, wildlife, health and tourism throughout the Chesapeake Bay, and how the crisis is expected deepen without immediate action. The film also looks at clean energy solutions that can help slow and possibly...
( 2 reviews )
Topics: climate change, global warming, Chesapeake
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
3,102
0
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This month in THE COFFEE HOUSE: BP GLOBAL MOVES A US SOLAR PANEL PLANT TO ASIA: ARE WE READY TO COMPETE IN THE EMERGING GREEN ECONOMY? Even as the Obama administration has launched a substantial green energy program as part of the stimulus plan, BP Global recently announced plans to shut down its solar panel manufacturing facility near Frederick, Maryland and move the operation to China and India. Which raises the question, is the US ready to compete for a significant share of the growing...
Topics: Arts, human rights, footbal, Steelers: Pittsbrgh: Rooney, solar, China, green jobs, poetry,...
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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A YEAR AND A HALF AFTER KATRINA: WILL NEW ORLEANS SURVIVE? Eighteen months after Katrina, in March 2007, the Big Easy was anything but. With its population halved, New Orleans nonetheless still led the country in crime. The Lower 9th Ward bore an eerie resemblance to Beirut in the 1980s. Public schools were shuttered or effective police states. The main public hospital was still closed. The city’s underground pipes were leaking more water than people were using. And reputable studies found...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: New Orleans, Katrina
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
2,442
0
0
In memoriam for jazz bassist Keter Betts
Topics: jazz, bass, Silver Spring
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
2,201
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A visit to the 8th Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair in Silver Spring, MD.
Topics: arts, book, fair
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
2,163
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Rep. Albert Wynn (D-MD) explains why he believes that Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich should not focus on legalizing slot parlors at racetracks but should rather press for full-fledge casino gambling in the state.
Topics: Wynn, gambling, slots
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
2,153
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Protesters were recently arrested for peacefully sitting in at the gate of Mirant Corporation's coal-fired electric generating plant in Dickerson, MD. The protesters maintain that Mirant is by far the biggest polluter in Montgomery County, MD.
Topics: protest, coal, environment
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
2,114
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An excerpt fromm a feature length animated film, "Freedom Dance," still in progress, depicting the 1956 Hungarian revolt and Soviet suppression, based on the sketchbook journals of emigre Ed Hilbert and the animation of Craig Herron.
Topics: animation, 1956, Hungary
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,886
0
0
An audio documentary from 1979 that first aired on WYSO-FM in Yellow Springs, Ohio, about advocacy efforts in Ohio and elsewhere in the rust belt to gain passage of state laws to cushion the impacts on workers, their families and communities caused when major employers move their operations south or abroad in search of cheaper production costs.
Topics: plant closing, Governor Rhodes, Ohio Public Interest Campaign
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,832
0
0
Brit Cat Stevens, AKA Yusuf Islam, once recorded a tune, "Miles from Nowhere," which eerily captures the former pop singer's recent deportation from the US as a suspected terrorist.
Topics: deportation, Islam
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,633
0
0
This month in The Coffee House: GETTING BY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM THE GOVERNMENT With joblessness hovering around 10 percent, large numbers of people are trying to get by on unemployment insurance, but many other qualify who donât apply. For tips on navigating the UI system, we turn to Courtney Chappell of the DC Employment Justice Center. (Host: Fred Feinstein) THE CASE AGAINST ARTIFICIAL TURF SOCCER FIELDS As the youth soccer booms spreads across the country, grass fields that were once...
Topics: unemployment, insurance, artificial turf, Hip-Hop, dance, poetry, roots music
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,539
0
0
WELCOME TO THE COFFEE HOUSE WHERE, IN THE NEXT HOUR⦠MANY OF OUR SCHOOLS ARE FAILING⦠UNIONS ARE FINGERED FOR CODDLING BAD TEACHERS⦠RANDI WEINGARTEN, PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, HAS A PLAN⦠THE DRUG WAR IS NO LONGER HEADLINES⦠BUT OVERFLOWING PRISONS TESTIFY THEREâS BEEN NO CEASE FIRE⦠WHAT TO DO? WE CHAT WITH NKECHI TAIFA OF THE OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE ⦠A CLIMATE BILL WAS TOUGH GOING IN THE SENATE BEFORE THE GOP VICTORY IN MASSACHUSETTS⦠NOW WHAT...
Topics: school reform, teachers, unions, crack, cocaine, disparity, climate, "cap and trade",...
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,473
0
1
Guitarist Mark Sylvester performs
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Sylvester, guitar
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,463
0
0
This month in The Coffee House: CIVIL RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT UNDER THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION Tom Perez, the newly confirmed Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, inherits a Division that was highly politicized under the Bush Administration. The antidote, says Perez, is to really listen to the career prosecutors in the Division and to enforce all laws, not just the ones that a particular administration favors ideologically. The focuses of the Division under his leadership will the 2010 Census,...
Topics: justice, Chesapeake Bay, poetry, juveniles, music
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,313
1
1
Long before "Fahrenheit 911," there was "Hearts and Minds" (1974), a work that Michael Moore touts as the greatest documentary, perhaps the greatest film, ever made. We talk with "Hearts and Minds" filmmaker Peter Davis, who was at the AFI Silver Theater in Silver Spring, MD, for the film's re-release. (Host: Howard Kohn)
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Vietnam, Iraq, documentary
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,249
0
0
HEALTH CARE REFORM: YES WE CAN? Barack Obama took office with plenty of political capital and good will to achieve far-reaching health care reform. But he spent heavily on the financial bail-out and stimulus plan. Special interests, with the help of Republicans and grassroots right-wing activists, saw blood in the water. With Democrats split between House versus Senate, Progressives versus Blue Dogs, can health care reform be saved? And what would constitute victory? Merrill Goozner, author and...
Topics: health care, utilities, film, labor, poetry, art, recesssion, rockabilly
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,193
1
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Poet Melanie Rivera has "last night," for Yehuda Amichai and Taha Muhammed Ali
( 2 reviews )
Topic: poetry
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,107
0
1
ARE SLOTS THE SALVATION OF HORSE RACING AND FISCALLY STRAPPED STATES? With attendance at horse races steadily declining, and the State of Maryland facing structural budget shortfalls into the foreseeable future, Gov. Martin O’Malley and Senate President Mike Miller are once again floating slots at race tracks as the horse racing industry’s and the state’s fiscal salvation. But based upon the experience of neighboring states, the Baltimore Sun’s Andrew Green reports that slots actually...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: gambling, slots, horse racing, revenue
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,040
1
0
Reuben Jackson reviews "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs by Derek and the Dominos (Rock of Ages)" by Jan Reid.
Topics: rock, Eric Clapton, Duane Allmon, George Harrison
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
1,035
0
0
Gerard ter Borch's painting style influenced many of the Dutch masters who followed him, according to Arthur Wheelock, curator of a ter Borch exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
Topics: Dutch, painter, satins
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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One-man blues band Curtis Blues.
Topics: blues, one-man band
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
952
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0
Risa Shaw, editor and Publisher of "Not Child's Play", discusses this anthology of true stories, poetry, art and fiction about sibling incest. This interview originally aired in 2001 but is being reprised as the issue of rape and incest are front and center again thanks to the extreme anti-abortion views of vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
Topics: incest, rape
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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0
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This month on THE COFFEE HOUSE: EINSTEIN 3: THE RETURN OF BIG BROTHER It's called "Einstein 3" but critics contend it should be called "Orwell 2" instead. It is a pilot program, soon to be rolled out, intended to secure government computer networks against intrusion and hacking. But unlike its predecessors Einstein 1 & 2, that scanned for malicious code by studying network traffic patterns, Jesselyn Radack, Homeland Security director at the Government Accountability...
Topics: surveillance, secrecy, justice, prosecution, Blues, tuition, poetry
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
895
1
0
The pan-Celtic band "Iona" performs a Celtic Cajun song.
Topics: Celtic, Cajun
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
882
0
0
Email sleuthing Baltimore Sun reporter Tom Pelton offers a close up look at how Governor Robert Ehrlich handed over state environmental policy to Constellation Energy. (Host: Mike Tidwell)
Topics: lobbying, energy policy, Constellation, Ehrlich, Maryland
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
858
0
0
This month on The Coffee House: A POWERFUL NEW FORCE FOR CHANGE IN CONGRESS Elected to Congress in 2008, Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD) has quickly emerged as a national voice for progressive health care reform and for a closer look at our goals and exit strategy in Afghanistan. A member of the Science and Technology Committee, Rep. Edwards discusses the efficacy of carbon sequestration as a solution for climate change. The conversation touches on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, compensation for...
Topics: legislation, health care, Afghanistan, gardening, nuclear power, climate change, poetr, music
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
837
0
0
Taryn Simon's traveling multi-media exhibit focuses on inmates who were exonerated by DNA evidence. Narration is by Sita Reddy of Provisions Library. (Producer: Mark Cohen)
Topics: death penalty, DNA, innocence, photography, multimedia
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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0
0
Reuben Jackson reviews Bob Dylan's memoir, "Chronicles, Volume 1".
Topics: Dylan, memoir, celebrity
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
815
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0
Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich's 2007 budget proposes an increase for higher education of 14 percent, observes Stephen Elmore, director of the Maryland Budget and Tax Policy Institute. But even with this hefty election year hike, Ehrlich has actually cut support for state universities and colleges since he took office, and tuition and fees have skyrocketed. (Host: Mark Cohen)
Topics: budget, Maryland, higher education
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
793
0
0
When Dr. David Graham, Associate Director of FDA's Office of Drug Safety, published a scientific paper last year about the safety hazards of the arthritis drug Vioxx, the value of Merck Pharamaceuticals fell $40 BILLION.
Topics: Vioxx, FDA, drugs
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
792
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0
Acoustic, percussion, nature music of Kiva.
Topic: Acoustic, percussion
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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1
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Architect Nathalie de Vries on design that maximizes public spaces and amenities and affordable, novel housing.
Topics: housing, architecture, community
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
765
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Swedish bluesman Robert Lighthouse teams up with Dieselbilly Bill Kirchen in a unique set.
Topics: blues, dieselbilly
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
740
0
0
"the george holliday rodney king video (directorâs cut)"
Topic: poetry
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
736
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0
In his fifth book nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, BANKING ON BAGHDAD, Edwin Black's review of history finds that all the West has ever cared about in Iraq is geography, as a colonial stepping stone, and geology, i.e., oil.
Topics: Iraq, Islam, oil
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
671
0
0
US PIRG environmental advocate Navin Nayak describes the degree to which our energy supplies are located in the hurricane alley that Katrina blew through.
Topics: hurricane, Katrina, natural gas, pipelines, oil shock
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
652
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Russian chorale group sings Orthodox Christmas tune.
Topics: Russian, Orthodox, chorale
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
643
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Poet Rei Berroa reads "Fragment I".
Topics: poetry, Latino
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
632
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911 and its aftermath: A photo essay accompanied by the Kossoy Sisters singing "I'll Fly Away." (Producer: Mark Cohen)
Topics: 911, Bush, Osama bin Laden, WMD, Iraq, war
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
624
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Theologian and author Brian McLaren discusses two types of morality -- private and public -- and how the latter is often ignored.
Topics: morality, spirituality, politics
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
619
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Run-Down of Episode #139 (April 2009): PRESIDENT OBAMA CALLS THE PRESENT RELATIONSHIP UNSUSTAINABLE⦠WITH PALESTINIANS DIVIDED AND ISRAELIS ELECTING A RIGHT-WING GOVERNMENT, WE ASK NADIA HAJIB OF THE INSTITUTE FOR PALESTINE STUDIES, CAN WE GET TO A SUSTAINABLE MIDDLE EAST? SON OF SURVIVORS, EDWIN BLACK CONTINUES HIS SERIES OF INVESTIGATIVE BOOKS ON HOW THE HOLOCAUST COULD HAVE HAPPENED â IN NAZI NEXUS, HE SUMS UP THAT HITLERâS RACIAL IDEOLOGY AND KEY TECHNOLOGY WERE STAMPED âMADE IN THE...
Topics: Middle East, Obama, Holocaust, corporate complicity, homeless, photography, poetry, a cappella
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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This month in The Coffee House: With unemployment hovering at ten ten percent, more and more people are relying on unemployment insurance to help make ends meet. But it is a very complicated system. Courtney Chappell of the DC Employment Justice Center offers some tips. (Host: Fred Feinstein) Youth soccer has exploded in America and that explosion has put the quality of fields to a major test. Many gress fields have suffered from overuse. But is artificial turf the answer? Neurobiologist...
Topics: jobs, unemployment artificial turf, dance, Hip Hop, roots music, poetry
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
619
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Singer-songwriter Lea performs the title song from her 2001 CD, "Creation."
Topics: singer, songwriter, Creation
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
605
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Cincinnati-based Joe Jencks makes his music and his living on the road, where the singer-songwriter has built a following among folkies and labor activists. He stops by THE COFFEE HOUSE to share two songs, about the life of a migrant laborer and being true to one’s calling.
Topics: singer-songwriter, folk, music
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
591
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Here's what's on in May: A special half-hour interview with former Maryland Governor Parris Glendening. With hotly contested races for governor, US Senate and other offices this year in Maryland, we check in with the prior governor for a discussion about who the strongest candidates are and who would make the best office holders. Glendening sizes up Doug Duncan, Martin OÃÂMalley, Ben Cardin, Kweisi Mfume, Michael Steele and others. Since leaving office, Glendening has been serving as...
Topics: politics, music, poetry, film
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
587
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0
Poet Judith Harris offers "Fisherman's Flies"
Topics: poet, poem, poetry
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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Public Health Service veterinarian describes the threat of dogs in packs and other animal-related health risks during Hurricane Katrina.
Topics: animals, pets, Katrina, veterinarian, Public Health Service
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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Zoe Mulford sings "Life Is Too Short to Fold Underwear"
Topic: underwear
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
569
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"Evil", sings Chris Chandler, isn't eyeing up a romantic interest at a party, it's choosing instead to talk to an insurance salesman. It's the hair club for men. It's cable TV. It's... Well, you get the idea.
Topics: evil, Satan
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
568
0
0
Poet Rei Berroa's "The Index Finger, the Eyes, the Thumb".
Topic: poetry
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
559
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On this episode of THE COFFEE HOUSE: President Obama calls the Israeli-Palestinian relationship "unsustainable". But in light of the factionalism in the Palestinian camp and the election of a right-wing government in Israel, will Obama try -- and succeed in -- pressing the two sides to at last implement a two-state solutionWe speak with Nadia Hijab, senior fellow at the Institute for Palestine Studies. Zionism was largely a cultural movement, not one dedicated to a separate...
Topics: Israel, Palestine: Obama, Nazi, complicity, poetry, music, photography
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
556
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Poet, spoken word artist, filmmaker, and arts advocate Charneice Fox talks about the art of writing that is both spare and lyrical.
Topics: poetry, spoken word, arts
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
542
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WELCOME TO THE COFFEE HOUSE WHERE, IN THE NEXT HOUR⦠TORTURE IS AGAINST THE LAW⦠IF ONE ADMINISTRATIONâS OFFICIALS NEVERTHELESS AUTHORIZE THE USE OF TORTURE⦠SHOULD THEY BE PROSECUTED THEIR SUCCESSORS ? WE ASK CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND NATIONAL SECURITY EXPERT PROF. STEPHEN VLADECK⦠PRIVATE SECTOR UNION MEMBERSHIP IN THE US HAS DIPPED BELOW 10% OF THE WORKFORCE⦠EMPLOYERS SAY THATâS BECAUSE WORKERS REJECT UNIONS. UNIONS COUNTER THAT ITâS BECAUSE LABOR LAW IS BROKEN⦠AND THE...
Topics: torture, prosecution, maryland, legislature, EFCA, unions, blues, poetry, photography
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
540
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Songwriter Nick Annis sings "Background Scenery"
Topics: folk, songwriter
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
539
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Kate Rooth of Greenpeace USA talks about a forthcoming mass civil disobedience protest against so-called "clean coal" and global warming.
Topics: coal, global warming, civil disobedience
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
532
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This month in THE COFFEE HOUSE: ARE SLOTS THE SALVATION OF HORSE RACING AND FISCALLY STRAPPED STATES? With attendance at horse races steadily declining, and Maryland facing structural budget shortfalls into the foreseeable future, Gov. Martin O’Malley and Senate President Mike Miller are once again floating slots at race tracks as the horse racing industry’s and the state’s fiscal salvation. But based upon the experience of neighboring states, the Baltimore Sun’s Andrew Green reports...
Topics: news, public afairs, arts, New Orleans, gambling, agriculture, singer-songwriter, poetry
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
531
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Adriane Harjo offers "West Side Story" and Rose Solari presents "My Mother's Elephant."
Topics: poetry, verse
Coffee House TV
by Welmoed Laanstra
514
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Artist Linda Hesh prroposes putting photo ads in the Washington Post that challenge prejudice.
Topics: prejudice, art, photographs
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
511
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Singer-songwriter Billy Coulter
Topics: folk, rock, singer-songwriter
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
510
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The "Blue Moon Cowgirls" sing "It's Better Without You".
Topics: music, country
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
504
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The group BluesWorks sings that it gets the Runaround.
Topic: blues
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
504
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American Folklife Center founder Alan Jabbour plays a traditional fiddle number.
Topics: fiddle, traditional, folklife
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
502
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WELCOME TO THE COFFEE HOUSE WHERE IN THE NEXT HOUR⦠WHY THE CONTROVERSY OVER PRESIDENT OBAMAâS MODERATE NOMINEE FOR THE SUPREME COURT? WE CHAT WITH LAW PROFESSOR AND BLOGGER DARREN HUTCHINSON⦠THE PRESIDENT HAS STEPPED IN TO REVIVE THE NATIONâS LARGEST ESTUARY, THE CHESAPEAKE BAY. BUT WILL IT MATTER? WE TALK WITH FRED TUTMAN, PATUXENT RIVERKEEPER⦠ALSO⦠THE STORY OF A PARCEL OF LAND IN GEORGIA⦠AS TOLD BY CHOREOGRAPER AND PERFORMER CASSIE MEADOR⦠WEâVE GOT A GRANT MCLEMAN...
Topics: justice, Chesapeake Bay, choreography, dance, poetry, photography, music
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
490
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The Russian choral group, Svetilan.
Topics: Russian, choral, music
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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Five-time WAMMIE nominee, rocker Billy Coulter, sings "South off Serenity"
Topics: rock, folk, singer-songwriter
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
480
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WAMMIE winning blues woman Melanie Mason performs "Sliding Delta"
Topic: blues
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
477
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Poet JaHipster discovers she is a shape-shifting "Superwoman."
Topics: shape-shifter, superwoman
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
477
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WELCOME TO THE COFFEE HOUSE WHERE IN THE NEXT HOUR⦠WHY THE CONTROVERSY OVER PRESIDENT OBAMAâS MODERATE NOMINEE FOR THE SUPREME COURT? WE CHAT WITH LAW PROFESSOR AND BLOGGER DARREN HUTCHINSON⦠THE PRESIDENT HAS STEPPED IN TO REVIVE THE NATIONâS LARGEST ESTUARY, THE CHESAPEAKE BAY. BUT WILL IT MATTER? WE TALK WITH FRED TUTMAN, PATUXENT RIVERKEEPER⦠ALSO⦠THE STORY OF A PARCEL OF LAND IN GEORGIA⦠AS TOLD BY CHOREOGRAPER AND PERFORMER CASSIE MEADOR⦠WEâVE GOT A GRANT MCLEMAN...
Topics: Sotomayor, Chesapeake Bay, dance, poetry, music, photography
Coffee House TV
by Mark Cohen
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University of Maryland Court Stevenson tells Mike Tidwell that the effects of global warming are already being felt in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Topics: global warming, sea-level rise, Chesapeake